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Down boss alleges 'extremely disappointing' sectarian abuse after Carlow clash
Ronan Sheehan made the comments following his side’s Allianz Hurling League win in Ballycran.
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Bohemians condemn fans' sectarian chanting during derby against Shamrock Rovers
Rovers say that the majority of both sets of fans know right from wrong and do not condone the actions of ‘mindless idiots.’
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Ulster issue ban to individual over abusive behaviour during win over Harlequins
CEO Jonny Petrie today tweeted that supporters had raised a complaint about the abuse.
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Chelsea fan claims he called Sterling 'a Manc c***, not a black c***'
The 60-year-old insists that he didn’t refer to the England international’s race at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
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Williams starts at fullback as Wales support former captain Thomas after homophobic attack
South Africa have named an unchanged team for Saturday’s Test in Cardiff.
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Lazio president vows to take fans to Auschwitz after fall-out from Anne Frank stickers
The Holocaust victim was pictured in a Roma jersey alongside anti-semitic slogans at the Stadio Olimpico.
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Linfield dish out lifetime ban to fan who sang sectarian songs at Celtic Park
The Northern Irish club say they will also continue to co-operate with the PSNI over events of the first leg at Windsor Park.
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Theresa May orders MP to be suspended after using the n-word
The British Prime Minister said she was “shocked” by the “completely unacceptable” language.
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Cork City release statement condemning attacks on fans in Derry
There were violent scenes after the Leesiders loss to the Candystripes when “a mob” set upon the travelling supporters following the game.